Can Do, the solution provider for AI-based project and resource management, is expanding its investor base.
In the webinar “Complete Resource Management”, Can Do – supplier of project management solutions – offers tips on comprehensive capacity planning, which can already be applied during the strategic planning of the portfolio and has the capacity to take the dynamics of daily project work into consideration. Can Do, developers of project management software that has been awarded several prizes, presents options as to how companies can allocate their staff efficiently to both the individual departments and the current projects. In the face of the lack of experts – especially in the IT department – optimal allocation of resources becomes a deciding factor for companies when it comes to international competition. The webinar “Complete Resource Management” will be conducted by Can Do’s business manager, Thomas Schlereth, who has already published many professional articles on project management, including the topic of “Leading through project-oriented resource management”.
The webinar precedes the international project management summit “Nordic Project Zone” in Copenhagen (Denmark), which Can Do sponsors. This event, which takes place from 25 – 27 November 2013, is aimed at project leaders, programme and portfolio directors and managers from the business world. “Nordic Project Zone” sees itself as a platform for the exchange of the latest developments surrounding the topics of programme and portfolio management, project management offices and agile project management. The event offers valuable keynotes and numerous best-practice lectures. Can Do’s business manager, Thomas Schlereth, will deliver a lecture on the steering of resource management between project and line. As one of the sponsors, Can Do has been allocated a quota of tickets at a reduced price. If you are interested in attending the “Nordic Project Zone”, please feel free to contact us at Can Do.
The webinar “Complete Resource Management” (EN) from 12.00 to 13.00 on 10 October is free of charge and will be delivered in English.